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The KRI Nanggala-402 submarine - pictured during a naval drill in 2017 - is missing north of Bali.
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Tragedy

Hallmarks of a tragedy: Time running out for Indonesian submariners

The Indonesian navy said no contact with the crew had been made but they were holding out hope that a discovery on sonar could lead them to the submarine.

  • by Chris Barrett and Karuni Rompies

Opinion & Perspectives

I’m glad Chauvin has lost his freedom but you can’t call this ‘justice’

Cole Brown

I felt uplifted watching people smile in Minneapolis again, after those same crowds stormed the streets in anguish less than a year ago. But I couldn’t mirror their emotion.

Would justice for George Floyd have occurred if not for the video?

LZ Granderson

I wonder about justice in those police killings that were not, by chance, recorded on a smartphone.

‘We are able to breathe again’: the emotional speech from George Floyd’s brother Philonise

Philonise Floyd, George Floyd’s brother, had to hold back the tears as he spoke on the courthouse steps after the verdict.

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North America

A person reacts to the guilty verdict of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington.

Juries tend to give police the benefit of the doubt in black deaths

There have been three police shootings of black Americans since the Derek Chauvin verdict yesterday.

  • by Lindsay Whitehurst and Alanna Durkin Richer
“Trump in heels”: Virginia state Senator Amanda Chase.

‘Trump in heels’ candidate says Derek Chauvin verdict makes her ‘sick’

Her comments, captured in a video she posted to Facebook, drew rebukes from state and national Democratic groups.

  • by Laura Vozzella

Europe

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Asia

Afghan Ambassador to the US Roya Rahmani presents the looted and stolen Afghan religious relics and antiquities recovered by US government authorities as part of a wider investigation into global trafficking in rare and ancient artifacts.

Precious relics seized from smugglers return home to Kabul

The items being sent to Afghanistan are valued at around $US1.8 million ($2.3 million) and will be put on display at the National Museum.

  • by Ben Fox
The KRI Nanggala-402 submarine - pictured during a naval drill in 2017 - is missing north of Bali.
Breaking
Tragedy

Hallmarks of a tragedy: Time running out for Indonesian submariners

The Indonesian navy said no contact with the crew had been made but they were holding out hope that a discovery on sonar could lead them to the submarine.

  • by Chris Barrett and Karuni Rompies

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The missile strike near Israel’s reactor.

‘An eye for an eye’: Missile strikes near Israeli nuclear reactor, prompting retaliation

Iran, which maintains troops and proxies in Syria, accused Israel of a recent attack on its Natanz nuclear facility - and vowed revenge.

  • by Josef Federman

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